Activities at “Aux Vents d’Anges”:
After a walk or a day out, you can cool off in the 6m X 12m saltwater pool. Positioned between the rooms and the wood, the pool offers tranquility and calm, disturbed only by the occasional small deer.
We also offer various types of massage and relaxation (upon reservation, for more information click here). You can play table tennis and petanque, walk in the countryside around the estate, or relax with a book in one of the various corners of the fields.
- Château de Salettes: Pascal Auger – Salettes, Cahuzac-sur-Vère, 4 km.
- La Bonne Auberge: Rue de l’église, Cahuzac-sur-Vère, 4 km.
- Lou Cantoun: Bernard Gisquet – Le Bourg, Cestayrols, 4 km.
- Le Soleil des Bastides: Cahuzac-sur-Vère, 3 km
- Hostellerie du vieux Cordes: Cordes sur Ciel, 12 km.
- La Taverne: Bruno Besson – Castelnau-de-Levis, 14 km.
- Le Vigne en Foule : Gaillac, 12km
- Chez Germaine: Gaillac, 12km
- Le Clos Sainte Cécile: Albi, 22 km
- Le Romuald: Lisle sur Tarn, 26 km
Most agricultural and wine producers of the Midi Pyrennees region are more than happy to welcome visitors for tastings of their products.
Rambling: leaflets on rambles around the river Vere are available at Aux Vents d’Anges.
Horse riding: the equestrian centre «Un poney une histoire» provides various activities for both beginners and experienced riders. Cahuzac, 6 km
Fishing and Paintball: The Saint Hussou on the road to Vieux offers several fishing possibilities as well as many varieties of paintball. Vieux, 6 km.
Kayaking: Navigate your way between the rocky banks of the Aveyron river gorge. Saint Antonin Noble Val, 31 km.
Base de Cap Découverte: A leisure and adventure centre for all the family. Carmaux, 20 km.
Golf: «Albi Golf» is bordered by the Tarn river, and overlooked by the famous Sainte Cecile cathedral. Albi, 20 km.
Les Bastides: Visit the fortified hilltop villages of the Tarn — Cordes sur Ciel, Castelnau-de-Montmiral, Penne, Puycelsi, Bruniquel, Larroque, Vieux, and Roumanou.
Albi: Don’t miss the city’s medieval centre, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the «Cité Episcopale» which includes the Cathédrale Sainte Cécile and the Berbie Palace — now the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum — the Laperouse Museum and the Museum «de la Mode». Maps and guided tours are available at the Office de Tourisme in the town centre alongside the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum.
Gaillac: This historic wine town is surrounded by extensive vineyards, and the centre offers markets and specialist shops, the Foucault Park and Saint Michel Abbey.
Chateau de Mauriac: A 14th-century fortress in the centre of the Gaillac vine yards, this splendid chateau is now the home of the artist Bernard Bistes. Many of his works are on display.
Mine Museum: Discover seven centuries of coal mining history. Carmaux, 20 km.
Toulouse: Take a day to enjoy the «Cité de l’Espace», with museums, parks, shopping and lots more.